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The Equator Principles is a risk management framework adopted by financial institutions for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in projects. It is primarily intended to provide a minimum standard for due diligence to support responsible risk decision-making. (...)

Developed by: Equator Principles Association

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Type of tool: Principles
Country: USA
The Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) enables the World Bank and Borrowers to manage environmental and social risks of projects better and improve developmental outcomes. The ESF makes important advances in areas such as transparency, non-discrimination, public participation accountability as well as biodiversit (...)

Developed by: World Bank

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Type of tool: Guidelines
Country: USA
DJSI (Dow Jones Sustainability Index) is a global sustainability benchmark. It is a set of principles and good practices developed in Switzerland by an investment company RobecoSAM to be used on a global scale. The main purpose of using this tool is to promote investors awareness of the importance of corporate sustaina (...)

Developed by: RobecoSAM

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Type of tool: Global Sustainability Benchmark
Country: Switzerland
RepRisk is a global research and business intelligence provider specialized in ESG risks. Based on dynamics analytics and metrics, the ESG risk database focuses on determining risk management and transparency that may translate into reputational, compliance or financial risk. (...)

Developed by: RepRisk AG

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Type of tool: Global Sustainability Benchmark
Country: Switzerland
The Climate Bonds Standard is a set of guidelines and environmental standards, adopted by investors and governments, that has been developed to provide the market with the trust and assurance required to achieve scale. It is designed as an easy-to-use tool to assist in the prioritization of investments that truly contr (...)

Developed by: Climate Bonds initiative

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Type of tool: Guidelines
Country: UK